The Higher Education Sustainability Act will encourage colleges and universities to become more energy efficient, according to Jim Schrage, vice president of facilities planning, operations and construction at College of the Canyons.
The latest crime statistics released today by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station reveal an overall drop in almost all crimes in the SCV during the first half of this year.
Local health care workers said Tuesday a stalled state budget has jeopardized local health care agencies dependent on state funding.
As the late afternoon sunlight fell over the valley and commuters shuffled off the Metrolink train Tuesday, local peace officers and first responders set up camp in the parking lot of the Newhall Community Center.
A new contractor will be operating, managing and maintaining the city of Santa Clarita's 99-bus fleet beginning this week.
Two Santa Clarita residents with suspected ties to a local gang and identity theft are in custody, a sheriff's investigator said Tuesday.
The family of a brother and sister killed in a traffic collision on Interstate 5 Monday are "destroyed" by news of their death, a family member said Tuesday.
The city of Santa Clarita and the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station will celebrate the 25th annual "National Night Out Against Crime" at the Newhall Community Center today from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
While investigators believe they know the identity of the woman found dead in a Canyon Country home Friday, it will be some time before there is an official determination.
Santa Clarita City Councilwoman Laurie Ender said Monday that she began supporting Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial's expansion plans long before a private developer paid $30,000 to help get her elected to her first council term in April's election.
The state's campaign finance laws that were created to ensure transparency in state and local elections have a few holes in them when it comes to Santa Clarita's municipal election held every two years.
A brother and sister were killed in a chain-reaction collision early Monday afternoon when her car and his motorcycle were struck from behind by a man's pickup truck on Interstate 5 in the Newhall Pass.
The sudden death of a local rocker has prompted Santa Clarita musicians to play in his honor and try to raise college money for the man's surviving children.
Former California Gov. Gray Davis is the strategic adviser for Newhall Land and Farming owner LandSource Communities Development LLC, according to bankruptcy court papers obtained by The Signal.
As Congress takes a five-week summer vacation, Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon's bill aimed at banning the Cemex Inc. mine in Soledad Canyon still awaits a hearing before a key House committee.
Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's deputies reopened Soledad Canyon Road this evening after a car knocked a power pole down and sent live wires into the lanes.
SANTA CLARITA - A convicted murderer facing four felony counts of rape in the alleged attack last June on an unconscious woman was charged with an additional felony count Thursday, the prosecutor said.
Supervisors voted earlier this week to strengthen regulations and expand the definition of potentially dangerous or vicious dogs in Los Angeles County, a decision that comes on the heels of a fatal dog attack in the Antelope Valley earlier this year.
SANTA CLARITA - A Canyon Country man has been sentenced to six years in state prison after pleading no contest to lewd conduct on a child earlier this week, according to officials.
SANTA CLARITA - Ever mindful of the positive role that a developed level of environmental literacy can have on a community, this fall College of the Canyons and the Santa Clarita Environmental Education Consortium (SCEEC) will host the first annual environmental leadership conference 'Green Up: Community Action and Education.'
Detectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station are investigating two armed robberies in Newhall in the past week, trying to determine if the two are connected, an official said today.
SPECIAL CLOSURE NOTES
SANTA CLARITA - Teachers, PTA leaders and others affiliated with Santa Clarita Valley's elementary schools are invited to send their school Patriot Day event pictures to The Signal to be considered for publication on the SCV Schools page.